Definitely considered the 6D, several people that I know shoot with them and do really good work. Not a huge fan of the Canon look though, tbh. That looks really nice, though. Good work, man.
Thanks for this. Lots of good information and really puts some things into perspective. Definitely trying to balance cost and invest in multiple areas, i.e. camera, lenses, stabilization, etc. Both the Black Magic and Olympus look beautiful. One of the hardest things is knowing that it's not as much up to the camera, but up to how I use the camera, so makes it really hard to decide between so many different choices. Thanks for your advice, John.
Mhm, I've got a Rokinon 35 Cine, as well as some old Pentax, Contax/Yashica, and Konica glass.
I have very seriously considered this, I think for me though, I'm really wanting some of the features that newer cameras such as the GX85 have, such as 4K (to downscale, and with the hardware I'm working with with, shouldn't be an issue), IBIS, and 1080 60p. There are also a lot of restrictions still with what you can do with the T3i even with magic lantern. I've definitely considered it though, people have done some incredible stuff with it, I've shot a lot with the T3i and T5i. At this point, because I'm still a student, most film related things, I have the ability to check out equipment, so I have Canon C300s available, as well as nice glass, lights, etc. What I'm looking for is more run and gun, geurilla style equipment I can use for my own purposes (weddings, personal videography, etc)
Edit: I really appreciate your input! Just looking to go a different direction.
That would be really nice. If it recorded 4k at 4:2:2, downsampled footage could be really incredible, especially would be nice with the IBIS. Maybe even if it's not worth the extra cost, it'll bump down the price of the GX80/85...
Is it going to be a step above the GX85?